Throughout the ages human beings have supposedly gained the upper hand over wild beasts; but in reality there are some animals over which we simply have no domain. In this thrilling documentary travel from India to Zambia for an inside look at the ways of one of the animal kingdom's most beautiful yet fearsome creatures: The lion. Track the Tsavo lions which some say ate as many as 150 construction workers in 1898 and learn of the Tanzanian lion responsible for an incredible 50 deaths in 2004. Through firsthand accounts and expert commentary discover why this regal ferocious animal deserves it's title "King of the Beasts" and how recent findings suggest that preying on humans is not aberrant or unusual lion behavior. MANEATERS provides a chilling look at humankind's relationship with the lion and explores the mystery behind why lions turn to people as prey and what can be done to prevent it.